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tutorial
American English: /t(j)uˈtɔriəl/
British English: /tjuːˈtɔːrɪəl/

Translation of tutorial in Spanish:

noun

  • (clase individual o con un pequeño número de estudiantes)
    Example sentences
    • Some lectures and tutorials at Auckland University were cancelled this week when about half of the academic staff went on strike.
    • Apart from Cambridge, no other universities offer undergraduates one-to-one tutorials.
    • During his first year he attended only mathematics lectures and tutorials and completed college exams solely in mathematics.

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